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Elon Musk steps out in Australia with Amber Heard

Elon Musk steps out in Australia with Amber Heard”

Amber Heard and Elon Musk took to Instagram to make their relationship status official. They spilled the beans yesterday by posting a picture of them together at restaurant Moo Moo on the Gold Coast of Australia. In the photograph Elon Musk is seen with a large red, lipstick mark on his cheek.

However, if the couple being spotted together isn't enough for a romance confirmation, then the picture Heard shared on her Instagram sure will.

It could not be confirmed by press time whether Amber Heard was ready to spend a year and a half shitting into a bag to then go die a frightful death on Mars. Heard is in Australia filming the upcoming movie Aquaman.

Musk had apparently been interested in meeting Heard years ago, when he almost met the actress while he was doing a cameo in Robert Rodriguez's 2013 movie Machete Kills.

Though the two did not meet on set, Musk repeatedly emailed director Robert Rodriguez wanting to meet Heard in person, according to The Hollywood Reporter - but the actress was living with Depp at the time. And Amber also decided to make things official on social media.

Correction: The article previously said that Musk had a child who died at 10 months old.

Musk has reportedly been infatuated by the "Danish Girl" actress since they appeared together in the 2013 film "Machete Kills". After Heard accused Depp of domestic abuse, often physical in nature, the former couple managed to finalize their divorce at the end of previous year with a not-too-shabby $7 million payout for Heard. Now is the first time they have publicly acknowledged their coupling.

If that sounds creepy and contradictory, consider that the alternative may be obsolescence or even annihilation at the hands of artificial intelligence and robot technology, warns Elon Musk.

The billionaire-bae made his first ten-digit bonus by selling his ownership of PayPal to eBay.

SpaceX founder Elon Musk speaks about his vision for 1,000 passenger ships flying en masse to Mars, "Battlestar Galactica" style.

This month, Tesla's market cap hit a value of $51 billion, which was higher than General Motor's at the time and $15 billion higher than Tesla's own value in 2016. "They are making plans for that", he told Grazia magazine.

I guess we'll have to wait and see.



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